AUTHORITATIVE | CLEAR | FRIENDLY
male voice over professional
CORPORATE NARRATION WITH HEART
Rusty is a professional narrator whose authoritative, yet compassionate tones are perfect for corporate trainings, eLearning, explainers, medical narration and any production that needs to make a point in a friendly and positive way.
People are drawn in by his voice, they pay attention to what he is saying. This increases the chance of your message getting through to it’s intended audience.
Whether you are looking for an authoritative, assertive, compassionate and caring, or just an “in the know” voice to share your information, Rusty will perform with heart and your audience will get the message.
AVAILABLE VOICE OVER SERVICES
With Rusty’s military and corporate background, it makes perfect sense for him to focus on corporate narration. This allows him to put all of his experiences to work for his customers in a specialized manner. For this reason, Rusty has a focused scope of services he provides.
If there is a project you feel Rusty’s voice would be good for, but it is not listed above, send him a message and he’ll discuss whether he feels he’d be a good fit for it.
WORKING WITH RUSTY JONES
Rusty takes a consultative approach to working with clients. He wants to be sure he understands exactly what you are hoping to achieve with your production.
When time allows he’d like to ask about the purpose of the message, who the audience is, why the message is important, what it means to both you and your audience.
The more Rusty understands about your production, the more heart he’ll be able to put into it.
HOW A VOICEMAIL LED TO ME BECOMING A VOICE ACTOR
Nearly 25 years ago I was an Air Force Recruiter with no acting training at all. I had won tickets to a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert and called my boss to let him know I had a pair for him and his wife as well. When he didn’t answer I, for some unknown reason, slipped into an announcer’s voice and left a voicemail for him that he’d won a pair of tickets for the show. After hearing my message, he didn’t recognize my voice. When I explained it to him he laughed and told me I should go into radio.
For years people have been telling me I have a voice for radio. It allowed me to do things like become the primary intelligence briefer for the Northern Pacific theater while I was in the Air Force. I put voice to numerous PowerPoint presentations as a realtor and sales manager. I dubbed several white board animations for business friends and I spent hours and hours teaching English online.
All of this led me to taking the steps to do this work as a profession. I reached out and found a coach who helped me get started. I then took some acting lessons and signed up for a more formal training program with Edge Studio in Manhattan. Today I continue working with coaches to hone my craft.